The story behind the creation of Pleasant Grove, Utah-based Q Sciences parallels a classic movie plot line.
One of the latest champions of our industry comes straight off the runway.
Picture this: You’re a new direct selling company with a set of challenges unlike any other in the channel.
One look at the Peekaboo Beans website helps visitors understand that play is serious business.
Transformation takes time. It takes tenacity and skill, strategy, and an eye for opportunity. All of which Arbonne has exemplified in the past 18 months.
It’s a common evening ritual: taking off the day’s makeup. There are plenty of cleansers, oils, creams, lotions and lubricants designed to make this messy job easier.
Raise $40,000 and bring a small Rwandan boy home to Austin, Texas. That was Jessica Honegger’s mission five years ago—a daunting task faced by so many wishing to adopt a child internationally. But Honegger brought an entrepreneurial business background to the effort.
MONAT is a company that has come on strong. Backed by a multimillion-dollar global operation focused on the Latin American markets and founded by a passionate entrepreneur, the company launched in 2014 in the United States and expanded into Canada in October 2015. MONAT is a wholly owned subsidiary of Alcora Corp. and a U.S.-based direct selling company in the haircare industry.
All of us in direct selling are united by a common mission to educate the public about the legitimacy of the channel and its profound contributions to the lives of individuals, families and our economy at large.
For Traci Lynn and her namesake direct selling jewelry company, everything beautiful has come in its own time. Her story is her company’s story.